Monthly Archives: August 2013

Mental health conference helping carers help themselves

From: The Courier Date: 21 Aug 2013HORSHAM’S Fiona Nuske has been her daughter’s carer since she developed mental health issues four years ago at just 13.See your ad hereAnd, after attending The Mental Health Service (THEMHS) Conference in Melbourne this … Continue reading

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Announcing the launch of the National framework for recovery-oriented mental health services

It is with great excitement that I am writing to let you know that the National framework for recovery oriented mental health services was launched last week by Dr Peggy Brown at the TheMHS Conference in Melbourne. My apologies if … Continue reading

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Other organisations’ e-news and reports 

MIF Vic e-newsletter. To view, click here.Mental Health in Multicultural Australia e-newsletter, Issue 03. To view, click here. StreetSmart eNews – August 2013. To view the newsletter, click here. DisabilityCare Australia – Issue 2 eNews. To view, click here. Preventing … Continue reading

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GREENS’ MENTAL HEALTH POLICY HIGHLIGHTS THE SILENCE OF THE OTHER MAJOR PARTIES

RENEWED CALLS FOR LONG-TERM COMMITMENT TO REFORM The Mental Health Council of Australia (MHCA) has today welcomed the mental health policy launch from the Australian Greens, using the occasion to ask why the other major parties have been silent on … Continue reading

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August 28th, 2013

World leaders gather Ok so it may not be the G20 but we have some pretty important people from the youth mental health field who will address delegates at the Second International Youth Mental Health Conference in Brighton, UK in … Continue reading

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Our 2013 Annual Report

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Arafmi NSW Election Consultation

The Federal Election will be on Saturday 7 September 2013. NSW CAG is running a survey to find out from consumers the big issues and ideas for mental health the Australian Government should take actions on. Your input will help … Continue reading

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Arafemi NSW Newsletter- The Mind Reader

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Mental Health and the Election

The Federal Minister for Mental Health and Ageing, the Hon Senator Jacinta Collins announced the Government’s support for a Productivity Commission Inquiry into the mental health system. The announcement, made at the TheMHS Conference in Melbourne, is welcome and we … Continue reading

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2,942,599 REGISTERED VOTERS DEMAND A COMMITMENT TO MENTAL HEALTH

The Mental Health Council of Australia (MHCA) has today renewed calls for an immediate commitment to mental health reform by all sides of politics, following a complete lack of acknowledgement for the issue by party leaders during the current election … Continue reading

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